Jtag, the popular Jtag program for capturing screenshots, is now under the microscope.
This morning, Microsoft’s software division announced a security update for the program that fixes the vulnerability that could allow a remote attacker to gain root privileges and steal data from users’ devices.
Microsoft has since issued a patch to address the vulnerability, and Jtag is now supported on all Windows versions up to and including Windows 10.
The company says the patch will be applied automatically when you restart your PC and does not require you to restart the operating system.
If you’re using Windows 10 Mobile, it’s also a Windows 10-only update, and will be available for download today.
Microsoft says the fix will be deployed automatically if you restart the PC.
Jtag programmer Brian Lutz has a simple message for those who want to try out the program: “The system won’t work.
You’ll need to uninstall it and reinstall.”
Microsoft says that you can check for the update by searching for the following code: 0001000001 .
The following code snippet is displayed if you search for it: 00018000001 (or 00010000000001) Microsoft says if you don’t see the error, then your Jtag installation is in an acceptable state.
If it does not display the error message, then you may need to install a security patch.
If the installation is successful, the program will display a message that says “You need to remove this program from your computer.”
You can also try re-installing the program by following the instructions provided by Microsoft.
Microsoft’s Jtag developers also note that users should update their Jtag packages using the Windows Update service to ensure they receive the update as soon as possible.